ベストレクチャー賞 Loreto B. Feril, Jr. (フェリル・ロリト)講師

ベストレクチャー賞 Loreto B. Feril, Jr. (フェリル・ロリト)講師

1、生年月日・出身地・趣味・座右の銘

生年月日(Date of Birth): Nov. 12, 1964

出身地(Place of Birth): San Miguel, Surigao del Sur, Philippines

趣味(Hobbies): Playing sports, gardening, and nature tripping

座右の銘(Motto): “Life is full of challenges, but every challenge is an opportunity to learn, to make life better.”

2、ベストレクチャー賞に選ばれての御感想をお聞かせください。

  This award came to me as a surprise considering that my lectures were delivered in English. I’m very happy and excited not only because of the honor of being chosen, but, also of the thought that the students are now more open to a globalized medical environment. To my students, thank you so much guys!

3、授業をおこなう上で、心がけていることはなんでしょうか。

  In addition to making your lectures more informative, delivering them in a more interesting way is also important; and, to maintain the attention of the students, a participative and interactive lecture would certainly help. In anatomy, where there are too many terminologies to memorize, giving tips on how to remember these terms is also something the students would appreciate.

4、医師になって良かったことは何でしょうか。

  Becoming a doctor has given me a deeper understanding of human life. Also realizing the value of medical care for all, and the need to do more studies and research to further advance our medical knowledge.

5、医師になって大変だったと思うことをお聞かせください。

  While I was working as a public health physician in a depressed community in the Philippines, I started to realize all the health care inadequacies—my personal inadequacies, the inadequacies of health education, the inadequacies of the health care systems, and the inadequacies of health institutions and governments to provide the best care for all patients.

6、御自分の学生時代を振り返って、どのような学生でしたか。

  My days in medical school were the busiest days of my life. As a diligent student, it was like 90% for my medical studies and only 10% for all other activities.

7、学生に―言、お願いします。

  For most medical students, spending much time studying and less time for fun is too much a sacrifice; but what I can tell you is that studying to eventually become a medical doctor is really worthy of such sacrifice. Just try to learn to love studying medicine and you might as well find joy in it.